Volunteers Needed for Almanac Festival

09/01/2013

 

Volunteers Needed for Almanac Festival

09/01/2013

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This February we are launching our Almanac Festival, celebrating everything we have created this year. All the artists we’ve commissioned in 2012 will contribute new ideas for festival events and activities and we will be showcasing the outcomes of all our commissions.

We are now recruiting volunteers to help us during the lead up to the festival weekend of 22nd – 24th February 2013 and during the festival itself. This is a great opportunity to get to know a local contemporary arts organisation, gain experience of how we work and meet practicing artists.

Volunteering could involve roles such as helping with the set-up of various venues around the town and invigilation/ acting as a welcoming and friendly point of contact for the public, artists and participants.

If you are interested in volunteering with us please download our volunteer application form here and return it to us by Monday 4th of February 2013.  Volunteer Application – Almanac

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